Have You Herd? AABP PodCasts

Mentorship, Mentees, and AABP

August 05, 2020 AABP Episode 17
Have You Herd? AABP PodCasts
Mentorship, Mentees, and AABP
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Have You Herd? AABP PodCasts
Mentorship, Mentees, and AABP
Aug 05, 2020 Episode 17
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Dr. Gabe Middleton, chair of the AABP Membership Committee, joins AABP members Dr. Lindley Reilly and Dr. Kendra wells to discuss mentorship. We discuss our definitions of mentorship, opening lines of communication with your mentee, and finding more than one mentor to fill the various aspect of your growing professional and personal life. Listen to each of us talk about who we have as mentors and how they have guided and shaped our careers. Our group also discusses mental health and well-being, taking care of each other, and how to intervene if you see a colleague who is struggling with mental health. Use the AVMA resources on well-being found at https://bit.ly/2PpDmBt. You can also find training for suicide prevention using the QPR (“Question, Persuade, Refer”) tools found at https://bit.ly/3fvQkIm. We encourage AABP members to sign up to be a mentor, or if you are a recent grad looking for a mentor, you can sign up to be matched by the Membership Committee. Go to https://bit.ly/3fp6UcU to find more information about the AABP Mentorship Program.

Show Notes

Dr. Gabe Middleton, chair of the AABP Membership Committee, joins AABP members Dr. Lindley Reilly and Dr. Kendra wells to discuss mentorship. We discuss our definitions of mentorship, opening lines of communication with your mentee, and finding more than one mentor to fill the various aspect of your growing professional and personal life. Listen to each of us talk about who we have as mentors and how they have guided and shaped our careers. Our group also discusses mental health and well-being, taking care of each other, and how to intervene if you see a colleague who is struggling with mental health. Use the AVMA resources on well-being found at https://bit.ly/2PpDmBt. You can also find training for suicide prevention using the QPR (“Question, Persuade, Refer”) tools found at https://bit.ly/3fvQkIm. We encourage AABP members to sign up to be a mentor, or if you are a recent grad looking for a mentor, you can sign up to be matched by the Membership Committee. Go to https://bit.ly/3fp6UcU to find more information about the AABP Mentorship Program.